CHFD 220 Chapter 3 Question 1 The ______ is a male sexual organ consisting of the root, the shaft, and the glans. glans penis coronal ridge scrotum penis corona Question 2 The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) has advised that the benefits of circumcision are not significant enough to recommend it as a routine procedure. True False Question 3 Maturation of spermatozoa occurs in the ______. epididymis vas deferens seminal vesicles Cowper's gland testes Question 4 Testicular cancer is exceedingly rare in men below the age of 40 and therefore men need not concern themselves with testicular self-examination until reaching that age. True False Question 5 Which of the following is false? Circumcision isn't all that painful to infants because of their imature nervous systems. Penises that are short when flaccid gain more size during erection than those that are longer when flaccid Kegal excersises aren't just for women; men can benefit from them, too. Although flaccid penises may differ significantly in length, erect pensises are of similar lengths. The muscles surrounding the penis only contract during ejaculation and thus tend to be weak. Question 6 Some effective ways in communication to close the gender gap include the following EXCEPT getting locked into your role. negotiating the division of labor. giving each other time to change. establishing systems. being honest before you get angry. Question 7 According to our course textbook, the "ideal of androgyny" may serve to ______________. inhibit family functioning increase conflict in spousal relationships end rivalry in sibling relationships ensure equality in the workplace do away with gender role stereotyping Question 8 ______ is the way our society expects males and females to behave differently and treats them differently from infancy through adulthood. Gender schema Gender-role stereotyping Gender constancy Gender identity None of the above answers are correct. Question 9 According to our course textbook authors, boys tend to resort to physical aggression and girls tend to resort to relational aggression but these trends tend to reverse as boys and girls grown into adulthood. True False Question 10 The Electra complex is a developmental stage in both boys and girls. a developmental stage in all children 3 to 5 years of age. resolved when a child identifies with the different gender parent. when a girl wants to possess her father sexually and sees her mother as a rival. None of the above answers are correct.
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